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    s if anyone needed more proof that age is only a

    s if anyone needed more proof that age is only a number, Paul Newman and his wife, Joanne Woodward, spent two months living in a cabin in Maine while filming Empire Falls, hewing closely to Richard Russo's novel. Now almost 81, Newman proves that at any age—he was ...

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    'Monkey' Man Inks Deal with Paramount

    Michael Rauch is swinging into the Paramount Network Television fold with a two-year, seven-figure overall deal with the studio.

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    Italian Filmmakers Bugged About Berlusconi

    He may play a love-drunk poet in his latest film, but in real life actor-director Roberto Benigni has resumed his role as political dissident.

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    Comedy Festival to Honor Hawn, Burrows

    Goldie Hawn and "Cheers" creator James Burrows will be honored at the 12th annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival this spring.

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    Actor Chris Penn Found Dead at Residence

    Actor Chris Penn, brother of Sean Penn, was found dead Tuesday at his condominium near the beach in Santa Monica, police said.

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    n a year in which actors are displaying

    n a year in which actors are displaying astonishing versatility in diverse film roles, it's clear that one belongs at the head of that list. Felicity Huffman has built a career as an accomplished thespian in all mediums. Yet it's hard to imagine a more polar-opposite switch than ...

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    robably no other organization has been better

    robably no other organization has been better about recognizing breakout talent than the SAG Awards, and almost every year brings a fresh discovery in a surprise nomination. This year the honor falls upon Tonantzin Carmelo, a stunningly beautiful actor of Native American descent who so memorably stands out among the ...

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    Nilsson Documentary Due Early Next Year

    A documentary focusing on the life and career of late singer/songwriter Harry Nilsson will be released next year.

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    To live in L.A. is to receive the inevitable

    To live in L.A. is to receive the inevitable phone call or email invitation from an actor friend: "Hey, can you come see me in my improv/ one-person show/play at the Generic Playhouse?" In accordance with the laws of politeness and civility, I usually respond in the affirmative ...

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    TV Ads Push Junk Food: Report

    Most food and drink advertising to children promotes unhealthy choices and can lead to poor diets, experts said on Tuesday.